Depression

Behavioral Issues in Children Connected To Sleep Apnea

Posted on April 12, 2013

Behavioral Issues in Children Connected To Sleep Apnea A sleep-disordered breathing condition called sleep apnea has been linked to rising statistics of behavioral problems in children, behavioral problems similar to ADHD. Apart from this, it was also learned that sleep apnea is also linked to adaptive and learning issues in kids. The results were posted […]

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Medical Researchers Discover Gene Responsible For Regular Epilepsy Type

Posted on April 10, 2013

Medical Researchers Discover Gene Responsible For Regular Epilepsy Type Medical specialists have discovered a certain gene that is connected to the development of the most standard kind of epilepsy. This is a prime discovery because it could lead to a genetic exam for the illness. In addition, it was also suggested that the find can […]

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Family Men More Likely To Succumb To Depression Without Company Of Children

Posted on April 4, 2013

Family Men More Likely To Succumb To Depression Without Company Of Children   A surprising study conducted by British researchers discovered that men succumb to depression as much as women if they were left childless. The study also revealed that familial expectations and culture can influence a man’s decision to have kids.A researcher from Keele […]

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Money vs Health. Which Would You Like?

Posted on March 13, 2013

Money vs Health. Which Would You Like? Sometimes many of us start to think about what we don’t have and it can depress us. I’ve been there but I can honestly say that in my older years, I no longer try to be like the Jones’s. That has not made me any better or worse materially, but it has […]

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Asking For Prayers

Posted on March 7, 2013

Asking For Prayers Sometimes I am amazed at what the “world wide” web can actually do for us. Today I received a letter from one of our readers in Karachi, Pakistan. The family is devastated and in tremendous heartbreak for their mother. Their mother has late stage 4 oral cancer. The reader explained that his […]

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Preventing Environmental Cancer Risks

Posted on February 28, 2013

Preventing Environmental Cancer Risks If you have 25 people in a room and asked how many people knew someone who have had cancer, most likely all 25 would raise their hands. If you then asked how many in the room had a family member in the past who have had cancer, two thirds or more […]

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Lumpy Breast

Posted on February 26, 2013

Do you have lumpy boobs? Oops, I know that is getting a little personal, however today I want to write a little about breast care. As we all have been taught by either our mother, the doctor, the nurse, or even on the TV news, checking our breast for lumps or masses in very important. […]

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Myths About Your Brain

Posted on February 26, 2013

Myths About Your Brain We have all heard how we never use all of our brains. Dr. Sanjay Gupta with CNN recently interviewed Dr. Deepak Chopra concerning the myths about our brain. Chopra stated that only 5 percent of our brain’s genes are actually from true gene mutations, or rather that’s what is inherited from […]

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The World’s New Song

Posted on January 22, 2013

The World’s New Song Years ago Louie Armstrong gave the world a beautiful song called What A Wonderful World. A few decades later, a great Hawaiian singer called Izzie did a remarkable remake of Louie Armstrong’s song. If you have never heard them, please go to iTunes and listen to the free sample songs. It […]

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National Kidney Day

We Are Dying Earlier Than Other Countries

Posted on January 18, 2013

We Are Dying Earlier Than Other Countries   Recently the National Research Council and the Institute of Medicine released a new report titled “U.S. Health in International Perspective: Shorter Lives, Poorer Health”. The study was commissioned to find out why life expectancy in the United States is going downward compared to other countries who are […]

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Dr. Fredda Branyon